MUN told to look for savings, as government cuts spending by $3M
Memorial University will have to find $3 million in savings, without being able to increase tuition fees.
Alberta introduces bill to give professors, other academics right to strike
Currently, collective bargaining disputes with academic staff in Alberta are settled through binding arbitration or other mutually agreed-upon methods.
Dismissed Cape Breton University president to run for NDP in Halifax
David Wheeler says he always had interest in public policy and was a one-time adviser to former British PM Tony Blair.
Student pleads for reform of McGill’s code of conduct after assault by fellow student
‘I needed protection … and it didn’t come through’: Kathryn Leci says the university didn’t support her.
McGill researcher solves case of ‘mystery boy’ whose illness eluded doctors for decades
Donald Vinh used genetic testing to help diagnose and treat Steven Francis’s medical cold case.